Some telemedicine software is so complex that it can lead to repetitive, mundane processes that are prone to frustration and mistakes.
To truly transform healthcare, we must create a connected care journey: delivering care that meets patients where they are, when they need it, and continues to be personalized for them through their entire health journey, wherever that may lead next.
The FDA has approved a $3.5 million hemophilia B gene therapy and warned about Prolia in patients with kidney disease. The agency accepted for priority review two BLAs: for a dengue vaccine and for epcoritamab for large B-cell lymphoma. Additionally, GSK has pulled Blenrep from the U.S. market at the request of the FDA.
In this final video of a three-part video series, Oncologist and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Quest Diagnostics, Dr. Yuri Fesko, shares a key takeaway from Quest's recent Health Trends Survey. Results reveal how cancer diagnosis numbers are still lagging to pre-pandemic levels of 11%. Fesko adds that bringing cancer screenings to the community can increase diagnosis numbers, leading to care sooner.
AMCP CEO Susan A. Cantrell spoke with Managed Healthcare Executive® about Preapproval Information Exchange (PIE) Act of 2022, which would allow drug manufacturers to share information about a drug with payers before the drug is approved. Cantrell says passage of the PIE Act would speed up patient access to new medications.
In this week's episode, Editor of Managed Healthcare Executive, Briana Contreras, had the pleasure of speaking with Chief Clinical Officer of WellSky, Tim Ashe, about the issue of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services cutting rates for Medicare home health. Tim addressed the solutions that are either underway or those that can potentially preserve access to these services.
Dr. Yuri Fesko of Quest Diagnostics says the "pathways approach" helped one health system speed the time between diagnosis and targeted treatment for lung cancer by as much as a month for some patients. This is the second part of a three-part video series.
Oncologist and Vice President of Medical Affairs at Quest Diagnostics, Dr. Yuri Fesko, talks about why shortening this gap is critical to ensuring better patient outcomes and shared steps hospitals, health systems and physicians can take now to reduce testing delays, improve outcomes and lower costs of care. This is the first part of a three-part video series.
Leading health providers are implementing AI to improve patient and staff safety and quality, allowing them to accomplish their technological innovation goals for better use of resources, with higher satisfaction.